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Arts & Crafts by Oscar Lovell Triggs

Arts & Crafts

by Oscar Lovell Triggs

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"Bewahren Sie nichts in Ihren H�ausern auf, was Sie nicht als n�utzlich erachten oder wirklich sch�on finden."Allein dieses Zitat von William Morris k�onnte schon als erkl�arende Zusammenfassung der Arts and Crafts-Bewegung dienen, die in England eine Reform des Kunstgewerbes hervorrief. Diese von John Ruskin gegr�undete und von William Morris erst richtig vorangetriebene Bewegung Arts and Crafts brachte revolution�are Ideen in das viktorianische England. In der Bl�ute des "seelenlosen" Industriezeitalters, in dem Gegenst�ande standardisiert wurden, forderten die Mitglieder der Arts and Crafts-Bewegung.… (more)

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